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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 4 0 Browse Search
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He rem. to Hartford, was a soldier at Mystic against the Pequots in 1637, and was afterwards a Lieutenant. He was living in 1672. Hinmnan. 3. Nehemiah, s. of James (1), was undoubtedly here with his father, though not named on the Records. He was at Hartford in 1649. This name appears with a fruitful variety of orthography. Some of the forms are Omsted, Olmsted, Olmstead, Olmsteade, Olmestead, Olmesteade, Homstead, Holmstead, Hompstead, and sundry others. Osland, Humphrey, m. Elizabeth Hyde 7 Mar. 1666-7, and had Elizabeth, b. 25 Jan. 1667-8, m. Nathaniel Wilson; John, b. 10 Oct. 1669; Hannah, m. Dr. John Prentice 1696, and d. 1704; Sarah, b. 23 Nov. 1683, m. Edward Prentice. Humphrey the f. was a cordwainer, and resided on the south side of the river, in what is now Newton. He d. 19 June 1720; his w. Elizabeth d. 13 Mar. 1723. 2. John, s. of Humphrey (1), m. Sarah Hyde, and d. in 1733. About ten years afterwards his estate was distributed to his chil. Jonathan: Mary
He rem. to Hartford, was a soldier at Mystic against the Pequots in 1637, and was afterwards a Lieutenant. He was living in 1672. Hinmnan. 3. Nehemiah, s. of James (1), was undoubtedly here with his father, though not named on the Records. He was at Hartford in 1649. This name appears with a fruitful variety of orthography. Some of the forms are Omsted, Olmsted, Olmstead, Olmsteade, Olmestead, Olmesteade, Homstead, Holmstead, Hompstead, and sundry others. Osland, Humphrey, m. Elizabeth Hyde 7 Mar. 1666-7, and had Elizabeth, b. 25 Jan. 1667-8, m. Nathaniel Wilson; John, b. 10 Oct. 1669; Hannah, m. Dr. John Prentice 1696, and d. 1704; Sarah, b. 23 Nov. 1683, m. Edward Prentice. Humphrey the f. was a cordwainer, and resided on the south side of the river, in what is now Newton. He d. 19 June 1720; his w. Elizabeth d. 13 Mar. 1723. 2. John, s. of Humphrey (1), m. Sarah Hyde, and d. in 1733. About ten years afterwards his estate was distributed to his chil. Jonathan: Mary